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Criminal Law Kelly Stephenson
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Yes, Motive is NOT required
Required State of Mind
Federal & State
The wrongful taking away of another’s property by a person who has been entrusted with that property is called what? Embezzlement
U.S. Supreme Court
State Supreme Courts
Intermediate Appellate Courts
Fines, Imprisonment, or the Death Penalty
As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered. If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!
The National and State Judiciary. Plaintiff: someone who brings a legal complaint Defendant: someone who is accused of wrong doing Burden of proof: what.
SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
Natural Resources Test #5 Water
Animal Science Chapter 3
North Carolina’s Judicial Branch. Types of Crimes Misdemeanors: Less serious crimes. In NC misdemeanors carry less than 2 years in jail. Misdemeanors:
North Carolina’s Judicial Branch. Basic Structure.
NC Court System.
Business Law Essential Standard 1.00 Objective 1.02
If a wrongdoer has injured another party, the wrongdoer will usually receive from the court: a. Imprisonment b. Hard labor c. A fine.
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The organization and jurisdiction of federal and state courts
Civil LawCriminal Law Federal Courts State Courts $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Georgia Studies Unit 8 – Judicial Branch in Georgia
History, Structure and Function of the American Legal System
The Criminal Justice System
COURT CASES. There are two types of court cases: 1. Criminal: A case where someone is accused of breaking the law 2. Civil: A disagreement between two.
Criminal Law and Procedure February 25. The System Adversarial –People v. Defendant –Link to Criminal then to Self-help criminal-then.
Criminal Law Chapter 3 Part I. What is a Crime? Crime – is considered an act against the public good. Laws in the U.S. detail crimes and provide punishment.
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